Newspaper report concerning Flight Sergeant A C Brett

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Title

Newspaper report concerning Flight Sergeant A C Brett

Description

Previously reported missing now presumed to have been killed. Gives other personal details. Includes head and shoulders portrait of man in flying jacket.

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Format

One newspaper cutting with one b/w photograph

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

NBrettAC200127-02

Transcription

Mrs. A. C. Brett, of 40, Manland avenue, Harpenden, has been officially informed that her husband, Sergt. (Flight Engineer) Arthur Charles Brett, aged 33, of the R.A.F who was reported missing while returning from a raid over Germany in November, 1944, is now presumed to have been killed.

Son of Mr. A. Brett, of 44, Manland avenue, and the late Mrs. Brett, Sergt. Brett was in the employ of Messers,

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Chirney’s Garage. Ltd, at Harpenden, and later with Messrs, Hayward and Tylers, of Luton. He was a member of the Special Constabulary before he joined the R.A.F. about three years ago, and was a member of the Caterpillar Club.

Citation

“Newspaper report concerning Flight Sergeant A C Brett ,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed September 28, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/26452.

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